Dynamic Case Management
Most organizations need business processes that can be configured at runtime as opposed to the rigidity of a traditional BPM process automation. Dynamic Case Management (DCM) offers process workflows that can be customized in real-time, decisions driven by configurable business rules, greater process transparency, and efficient and auditable collaboration among stakeholders. This capability can add value in a variety of use cases in Life Sciences, Healthcare, Banking and Financial Services, and many more.
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What is Dynamic Case Management?
Over the past decade, Princeton Blue has helped transform a variety of business processes that are critical to our customers’ businesses using Low-code Process Automation technologies coupled with our thought leadership and expertise.
Throughout this process, we have made some key observations from these project implementations. One pattern across a variety of solutions implemented in these industries has been the need for Dynamic Case Management also known as adaptive case management, particularly for more strategic initiatives.
Dynamic Case Management refers to a set of capabilities that allow us to create applications that are far more agile and real-time in terms of workflow, collaboration, process transparency and status progression.
Where does Dynamic Case Management fit in?
The survey below breaks down the work that most of us do into 5 major categories.
Dynamic Case Management applies best to work that is consistent in nature, has defined goals, but has varying means to achieve that those goals depending on the data in the case. According to this survey, this represents almost 1/3 of the work we do.
As an example, Emergency Response in a Hospital is highly dynamic and needs to be tailored for each patient. The steps needed for each case depend on the specific emergency of the patient, medical history, diagnostic test results and how the patient responds to treatment. Dynamic Case Management can help streamline these processes and make them highly efficient. More importantly, it can improve the turnaround time and customer satisfaction.
In other words, use cases that are goal-driven and non-deterministic, where the end-point is known at the start, but the path for reaching that end-point is determined by the outcome from each milestone while observing the rules and guidelines of the organization, are best suited for Dynamic Case Management.
Key Highlights of Dynamic Case Management
Here are some characteristics of an application built using Dynamic Case Management
This refers to the ability to dynamically configure the sequence of steps needed to address each case at any stage in the process. While there can be a pre-configured overall template of workflow, the outcome of each step will determine what happens next.
Configurable Business Rules
Business rules can be configured to drive dynamic decision making on a case-to-case basis.
Real-time tracking of the status of a case with drill-down details along with configurable SLA monitoring, reminders, and escalations as required, to ensure that the process is completed within the required timeframe.
Availability of all recorded information for a case with activity, milestone, and SLA level details to drive accountability, make informed decisions, and eliminate conflicts.
Stakeholders can collaborate in real time via threaded discussions. This ensures that everyone has access to the latest information while sharing advice, thoughts, and recommendations.
Leverage Princeton Blue’s DCM Experience
Powered by the Appian platform, DCM helps our clients configure processes at runtime for use-cases that require agility. Leverage Princeton Blue’s DCM experience to:
- Create dynamic solutions to fulfil your organization’s ever-changing needs
- Optimize cost with our Global Solution Center
- Proven track record of successful DCM implementations
- Trusted Partnership with our clients for strategic engagement
The Princeton Blue Innovation Lab
Build a Proof of Concept before you investYou may qualify to use our Innovation Lab to build your Proof of Concepts before you invest in Low-code Process Automation technologies. Build your POCs quickly before you make a financial commitment. Brainstorm with our team of experts and see what works best for you. The Innovation Lab is a very popular service from Princeton Blue and has delivered numerous Proof of Concepts for our clients. Contact us if you have a use case in mind and see if the Innovation Lab can help you.
Accelerators built using Dynamic Case ManagementDynamic Case Management is more applicable to certain type of use case. Based on our experience, we have built accelerators for Pharmaceutical and Healthcare industry. Available at NO cost to our customers, these Pre-built Accelerators can help you kickstart your Intelligent Automation journey.
Dynamic Emergency Response Accelerator
When an emergency is received at a hospital, the most critical aspects include — timeliness of the response, flexibility in defining the workflow to resolve the emergency, the collaboration between all stakeholders and real-time visibility into the most updated information while maintaining statutory SLA compliance.
Dynamic Emergency Response Overview
The Dynamic Emergency Response (DER) accelerator enables hospitals to streamline the process of effectively responding and treating an emergency by leveraging Dynamic Case Management.
The DER accelerator is available to all our customers at NO cost.
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Why work with Princeton Blue?
Princeton Blue is recognized by leading industry analysts for deep expertise in Low-code Process Automation technologies and decades of work experience in the Life Sciences industry. Some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical and biotech companies trust us to automate their most strategic business processes.